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Today on News 7 at 5, a jury in Lynchburg convicts a man of capital murder. Now it must decide if he should die for the crime.
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Plus at least 27 Iraqis are killed after trying to ambush American troops.
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Fewer showers today but heavy rain if they passed over your head. The weekend outlook is coming up.

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Can fewer calories mean a longer life? That's what researchers want to know.
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A refrigerant leak sparks a chain reaction of events at a local elementary school.
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Plus Goober will stop by and say "Hey" as we talk live with actor George Lindsey.
News 7 at 5 is next.

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A faulty air conditioning valve causes problems for a Bedford County school.
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Good evening. I'm Shannon Young in for Jean Jadhon. When faculty at Montvale Elementary School noticed a fine mist coming from the cafeteria's air- ducts this morning they didn't worry. Maintenance had been working to repair a cooling valve on the school's air conditioning unit. But then around 1 o'clock
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a part started to smoke setting off the fire alarm. As fire trucks and paramedics arrived teachers had no choice but to hurry their children out into a thunder- storm. As it turned out, the storm was more dangerous than the commotion that set off the fire alarm.
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((VANETA LEONARD/MONTVALE ELEMENTARY PRINCIPAL: THEY BASICALLY TESTED THE BUILDING TO MAKE SURE THERE WASN'T ANYTHING HARMFUL, CAME BACK ZERO READINGS, WAITED A WHILE AND TESTED AGAIN AND IT CAME BACK ZERO READINGS AGAIN SO THERE WASN'T ANYTHING HARMFUL RELEASED IN THE BUILDING.))
[SUPER=01-Vaneta Leonard/Montvale Elementary Principal;]
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After the ordeal, Leonard says about seven children complained of an upset stomach and were sent home with their parents.
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A Lynchburg jury is now making a life-or-death decision in the capital murder trial of Leon Jermain Winston.
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It took the panel a little over three hours today to find Winston guilty of the murders of Anthony and Ronda Robinson in April of 2002.
The Robinsons were gunned down inside their Sussex Street home.. Ronda Robinson was killed in front of her two young daughters.
Her family says the verdict is a relief.
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[IN Q=Basically with the]

((ANN LEWIS/SISTER OF MURDER VICTIM: BASICALLY WITH THE CHILDREN, IT'S GOING TO FEEL GOOD TODAY TO GO HOME AND SAY THEY FOUND THIS GUY GUILTY, HE'LL NEVER, EVER GET BACK OUT TO DO ANYTHING TO YOU AGAIN, NEVER TO ANYONE ELSE. THAT FOR ME IS SUCH A JOY TO GO AND TELL MY BABIES.))
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[OUT Q=tell my babies.]
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The jury is still deliberating its recommendation for a sentence at this hour.
Winston faces either the death penalty or life in prison without the possibility of parole.
It's been about forty years since a death sentence was handed down in Lynchburg.
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Health officials have confirmed that a dead crow found in Pittsylvania County earlier this week was infected with the West Nile Virus.
The bird was found Monday in the Dry Fork Area of the county on W. J. Powell Road.
So far this year, the state has had no reports of west nile in humans, but in 2002 twenty nine people became ill and two died.
The West Nile virus is spread through the bite of infected mosquitos, and health officials say they are expecting an increase in the number of cases this year.

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U-S troops still face danger in Iraq. The commander of U-S ground forces there says pockets of Saddam Hussein's supporters are ramping up attacks. Stacy Case reports from Washington.
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((LOCATOR: BALAD, IRAQ NAT: (checkpoint natural sound)
TRACK: A NEW CHECKPOINT-- A NEW MEASURE OF SECURITY. U-S SOLDIERS BEGAN STOPPING EVERYONE ENTERING BALAD FRIDAY AFTER AN ORGANIZED GROUP
OF IRAQIS AMBUSHED A U-S TANK PATROL---- THE LATEST IN INCREASING

RESISTANCE TO THE U-S LED EFFORT IN IRAQ.
SUPER: LIEUTENANT COLONEL ANDY FOWLER/U.S. ARMY
yes there was an attack on one of the patrols yesterday. we responded---


TRACK: WITH DEADLY FORCE. NEARLY 100 IRAQIS WERE KILLED IN THAT SKIRMISH AND A SEPARATE U-S LED RAID AT A SUSPECTED TERRORIST TRAINING
CAMP IN NORTHWEST IRAQ--- THE BLOODIEST CLASHES SINCE WAR'S END. SIX

U-S SOLDIERS WERE WOUNDED.
SUPER: LIEUTENANT GENERAL DAVID MCKIERNAN/COMMANDER OF U-S GROUND FORCES there are still those that are loyal to a regime that is no longer in power that we will continue to have to seek out.
NAT: demonstrations
TRACK: MANY IRAQIS SAY THE TACTICS USED BY SOLDIERS ARE TOO AGGRESSIVE. THESE PROTESTORS RALLIED FRIDAY IN BAGHDAD CLAIMING TROOPS ENTERED A MOSQUE AND MISTREATED WORSHIPERS.
NAT: demonstrations more/quick
TRACK: MEANTIME, TROOPS ACTING ON INTELLIGENCE, ARRESTED 74 PEOPLE BELIEVED TO BE SUPPORTERS OF THE AL QUAEDA TRAINING NETWORK IN IRAQ, THOUGH OFFICIALS BELIEVE THE MEN ARE FROM OTHER ARAB COUNTRIES.
STAND UP: STACY CASE/ REPORTING COMMANDERS SAY SOME OF THOSE CAPTURED DURING THE LAST 24 HOURS OF FIGHTING ARE PROVIDING INFORMATION ABOUT WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION.
IT'S UNCLEAR WHETHER THOSE CLAIMS ARE VALID--- BUT THE BUSH

ADMINISTRATION WOULD LIKE NOTHING MORE THAN TO PROVE THE WAR WAS WORTH IT. THE SEARCH GOES ON. STACY CASE CBS NEWS WASHINGTON))
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There was more bloodshed in the Middle East today. We'll have the details after the break.
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Also on Healthcheck, we'll tell you why some researchers say the federal government is telling Americans to eat too much.
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Sounds of war are drowning out talk of peace in the Middle East. Israel continues to target and has reportedly killed at least one more member of the militant group Hamas. Drew Levinson reports.
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((The people in Gaza and Israel share two common emotions today...anger.. as Israel once again aimed it's guns at Hamas militants...
And grief......

(NATSOUND CRYING)


as both sides buried more of their own.

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"UNFORTUNATELY THIS IS A DAY IN THE LIFE OF CIVILIANS IN THIS AREA."
With Hamas claiming responsiblity for many of the suicide attacks--Israel has a new policy targeting the militant group's leaders. It pledges--quote "war to the bitter end" against Hamas.

(SOT GIDEON MEIR/ISRAELI SENIOR FOREIGN MINISTER)

"UNTIL NOW, THE HAMAS WHICH IS OUR LOCAL AL-QAEDA HAS KILLED INNOCENT MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN."
Even though the Palestinians have denounced Hamas....they still say Israel must rethink it's new policy.

(SOT: NASSER AL-KIDWA/UN PALESTINIAN REPRESENTATIVE)


IF THE DECLARED ISARELI POLICY IS STOPPED AND REVERSED, THEN I STILL THINK A CEASE FIRE AGREEMENT WILL BE ACHIEVED.

(STANDUP: DREW LEVINSON/UNITED NATIONS)

"BUT NEITHER SIDE IS BUDGING. HERE AT THE UNITED NATIONS--THE BULLETS AND BOMBS ARE REPLACED WITH WORDS.. BUT SO FAR THOSE WORDS HERE HAVE DONE NOTHING FOR THE PEACE PROCESS.
Still the UN undersecretary is again calling for Israeli restraint.

(General Kieran Pendergast/UN Undersecretary)

"IT IS INCUMBENT ON ISRAEL TO PURSUE ITS SECURITY AND SELF DEFENSE IN A MANNER THAT MINIMIZES THE SUFFERING OF PALESTINIAN CIVILIANS."

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Unfortunately no one in the middle east seems to follow directions when it comes to the roadmap for peace--apparently it's been folded and put away for now. Drew Levinson, CBS News, New York.))


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Today on Healthcheck, researchers are trying to determine if eating less will help you live longer.
Tufts University is putting patients on a diet containing 30 percent fewer calories than recommended by the F-D-A.


As Mallika Marshall tells us it is a simple plan that could have some long term benefits.
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((JOANN VIZZIELLO HAD TRIED ALL KINDS OF DIETS BUT WAS FRUSTRATED WITH THE RESULTS..

SOT: JOANNE VIZZIELLO/DIET STUDY PARTICIPANT

I TRIED EVERYTHING, I TRIED SLIMFAST, I TRIED WEIGHT WATCHERS, I TRIED JENNY CRAIG AND I HAD SOME SUCCESS - I WOULD LOSE 5, 10, 15 POUNDS AND I'D ALWAYS GAIN IT BACK.
THAT'S WHY SHE DECIDED TO TAKE PART IN A NEW DIET STUDY BEING CONDUCTED BY RESEARCHERS AT TUFTS UNIVERSITY.
STANDUP: THEY'RE TRYING TO DETERMINE WHETHER A RESTRICTED CALORIE DIET CAN NOT ONLY HELP PEOPLE LOSE WEIGHT.. BUT HELP THEM LIVE LONGER WITH FEWER HEALTH PROBLEMS.

SOT: DR. SUSAN ROBERTS/TUFTS UNIVERSITY

EVERYBODY'S BLOOD PRESSURE IS DROPPING, CHOLESTEROL IS GOING DOWN. THERE'S A LOT OF THINGS THAT ARE GENERAL HEALTH BENEFITS TO LOSING WEIGHT.
THE MEALS, WHICH ARE PREPARED BY TUFTS, CONTAIN MORE PROTEIN AND FIBER THAN A NORMAL DIET... AND MODERATE AMOUNTS OF FAT.. BUT THEY HAVE 30-PERCENT FEWER CALORIES THAN CURRENTLY RECOMMENDED BY THE F-D-A.
TRACK: JOANNE HAS ALREADY LOST 27 POUNDS IN THE FIRST FOUR MONTHS...
AND SHE SAYS FOR THE FIRST TIME-- SHE'S CONSUMING FEWER CALORIES--- BUT

STILL FEELS FULL.

SOT: JOANNE

I JUST FIND THAT I'M NOT HUNGRY, I'M EATING AND I'M LOSING WEIGHT AT THE SAME TIME, IT'S GREAT!
AND JOANN SAYS SHE'S NEVER FELT BETTER.

SOT: JOANNE

I FEEL HEALTHIER AND I FEEL MORE CONFIDENT THAT MY NEXT 20 OR SO .. IT'S NOT JUST GOING TO BE FOR NOW, IT'S GOING TO BE FOR THE REST OF MY LIFE.
TRACK: THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT LAUNCHED THIS STUDY AFTER RESEARCHERS FOUND THAT MICE ON CALORIE-RESTRICTED DIETS LIVED LONGER WITH FEWER HEALTH PROBLEMS. SCIENTISTS HOPE TO FOLLOW THE HUMAN PATIENTS FOR THE REST OF THEIR LIVES... TO SEE WHAT KIND OF LONG-TERM EFFECTS THESE DIETS CAN HAVE ON OUR WAISTLINES AND ON OUR OVERALL HEALTH. DR. MALLIKA MARSHALL, CBS NEWS.))


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Fans of the Andy Griffith show will want to stay tuned. Up next, Brent Watts will speak with one of Andy's Darlins.

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Today in Sports, Travis Wells will have NASCAR qualifying results from Michigan.
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Then a little bit later, we'll see what some local dads are doing to stay in step with their kids.
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Bad economic news put an end to Wall Street's three-day winning streak as investors decided the time was right to cash out.
Alexis Christoforous has more.
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Good afternoon and welcome to the weekend. We start on the track where today, as expected, Nascar announced that the Rockingham track will lose its second date. The race moves to the California Speedway under the lights on September 5th. Usually that's the weekend of the Southern 500 at Darlington, but that event now shifts to fill the hole at Rockingham.
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Now that we've got that straight, qualifying for this weekend's Sirius Radio 400 was on tap at Michigan this afternoon, and Bobby Labonte laid down the fast lap at 190.365 miles per hour to grab the pole. Gibbs teammate Tony Stewart will start on the outside. Here's the starting lineup for Sunday's race.
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[SUPER=0107-16. Bill Elliott//17. Rusty Wallace//18. Hermie Sadler//19. Robby Gordon//20. Jeremy Mayfield//;]
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[SUPER=0107-21. Matt Kenseth//22. Casey Mears//23. Jeff Burton//24. Kenny Wallace//25. Dale Jarrett//;]
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[SUPER=0107-26. Johnny Benson//27. Brett Bodine//28. Ken Schrader//29. Greg Biffle//30. Sterling Marlin//;]
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School is out but summer sports camps are about to start. Roanoke natives Damon and Ramon Williams' Twin CORD Camp begins this Monday at Addison Middle School.
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The twins are in their seventh year of running the CORD camp which has been in the Roanoke Valley for over 25 years.
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The twins hope offering three sessions instead of just one camp enables today's young athlete to keep up with an ultra competitive basketball arena
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That's it for the ticker, coming up at six, U.S. Open day two highlights and more on the ACC and Big East. Have a great weekend everybody.

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The Andy Griffith Show is often considered one of the most popular comedy series of the 1960s. An event this weekend is proving that even decades later Andy, Barney and the Mayberry gang can still draw a crowd.
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Brent Watts joins us from next door at the Clarion Hotel for the kick-off of Mayberry Memories.
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President Bush is enjoying some R & R at the family home in Maine.
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President Bush spent some of his long weekend at the compound in Kennebunkport fishing. The President, along with his father former President George H.W. Bush, dropped their lines off the coast in the Fidelity II powerboat. The President was seen releasing one fish that he'd caught back into the water. A weekend away from the White House doesn't mean the Commander in Chief gets to sleep in. He was up just after dawn this morning, joining his father for a round of golf.
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Some dads will do anything for their daughters ... and a group of local dads is no exception.
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[IN Q=Music: Ah]

((NATS: AH, AH, AH, AH, STAYIN' ALIVE, STAYIN' ALIVE.))
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[OUT Q=Stayin' Alive.]
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They're called the "Dancing Dads" -- a group of fathers that got tired of watching their daughters from the sidelines.
Five years ago, a few of them started performing at recitals as a joke. But the group got bigger ... and the dancing got better.
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[IN Q=It's a ball]
[SOT 20:17]

((ROBERT SHUMATE/DANCING DAD: IT'S A BALL, IT'S REALLY A BLAST. WE'VE GOT A COUPLE DADS THAT WON'T DO IT AND WE'VE BEEN TRYING TO GET THEM INTO IT, BUT THEY WON'T DO IT. THEY WON'T STEP UP AND BE A MAN.))
[SOT 1:32]

((JULIE ARTHUR: IT'S NOT A JOKE ANYMORE. THEY'RE ACTUALLY VERY SERIOUS ABOUT IT. THEY WORK ON THEIR TECHNIQUE AND GOT REALLY GOOD. ))
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[SUPER=01-Julie Arthur/Dance Instructor; :08]
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Several dads are now taking lessons.
They've also won first place in regional competitons.
On News-7 at 6, find out why so many dads are doing it.
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